TOMORROW x TOGETHER RELEASES THE DREAM CHAPTER: ETERNITY WORLDWIDE
UNVEIL THE MUSIC VIDEO FOR "CAN'T YOU SEE ME?"
[UPDATED 10:00 AM MAY 19, 2020] THE VIDEO HAS ALREADY HIT OVER 7 MILLION VIEWS AT TIME OF WRITING
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TOMORROW X TOGETHER (SOOBIN, YEONJUN, BEOMGYU, TAEHYUN and HUENINGKAI) released their new EP, The Dream Chapter: ETERNITY and the music video for its title track, “Can’t You See Me?” on May 18, 2020, 6PM KST.
The Dream Chapter: ETERNITY carries on the story from the band’s debut album, The Dream Chapter: STAR and their first studio album, The Dream Chapter: MAGIC. The new EP sees the boys continue their journey of growth, encountering conflicts in reality and within friendships, all the while holding on to the wish that the moments they have spent together will remain for eternity.
The title, “Can’t You See Me?” is a trendy pop track about the end of magical moments shared with friends, a reality described as an "incinerated night" that triggers turbulent and confused emotions from the group of boys. Unique sounds exude a contradictory charm that is simultaneously rough and delicate.
The music video for “Can’t You See Me?” continues where the video for “Run Away” from The Dream Chapter: MAGIC left off.
The members who visited SOOBIN’s house spend a good time together, but their relationship soon goes sour as their minor instances of mischief begin to build up. In the midst of a tense atmosphere, the five members’ delicate portrayal of contrasting emotions stand out.
The music video added a dramatic effect by illustrating the cracks between friendships through a house on fire. The sensational performances by the members that utilize a burning house as a background, and vibrantly colored props such as strawberries and tomatoes together provide ample attractions.
Other tracks from the EP include “Drama” which draws on relatable struggles in friendship for teenagers in school, and “Fairy of Shampoo” which is TOMORROW X TOGETHER’s first remake with fairytale-like lyrics and rap written by YEONJUN. “Maze in the Mirror” delivers loneliness and earnestness during troubled times, and "PUMA" compares a boy who meets a strange world to a puma that has escaped the zoo. "Eternally" sings of chaos and reminiscence on the search to find memories from the past. The EP contains a total of six tracks.
Particularly noteworthy is the fourth track of the album. “Maze in the Mirror” is the first song to be released that has been co-written by all five members. This track provides listeners with a glimpse into TOMORROW X TOGETHER’s growth as an artist with infinite potential.
It combines tracks of various genres including Funk Pop, Dream Pop, Trap Hip hop and Alternative R&B, complemented by unique lyrics in a show of TOMORROW X TOGETHER's colorful musical style. The title track’s powerful performance also demands attention, expressing abstract emotions with great depth.
The five members have attracted global fans with a variety of contents, trending worldwide on platforms such as Twitter and YouTube. The contents include concept trailers, two versions of concept photos, and seven music video teasers.
TOMORROW X TOGETHER released The Dream Chapter: ETERNITY and the music video for its title track, “Can’t You See Me?” at 6PM KST. A live performance of “Can’t You See Me?” will be revealed at 7PM KST through ‘TOMORROW X TOGETHER Comeback Show Presented by Mnet.’
About TOMORROW X TOGETHER
TOMORROW X TOGETHER read as ‘tomorrow by together’, has come together under one dream in hopes of building a new tomorrow. Composed of five members, SOOBIN, YEONJUN, BEOMGYU, TAEHYUN and HUENINGKAI, the band is full of bright and playful energy, where each member is different from one another, shining in their own way to create synergy. In just two months of their debut, TOMORROW X TOGETHER successfully sold out their first US showcase tour in 6 cities with their debut album, The Dream Chapter: STAR. Emerging as one of K-pop’s most highly acclaimed acts, the global super rookies have already cultivated Best New Artist accolades on various award shows, and received nomination in 2019 MTV Video Music Awards’ Best K-Pop category.
Source Universal Music US
May 18, 2020 10:21am ET by Universal Music US